Skip to main content


Featured post

Review - Malignant (2021)

Image credit: Warner Bros We so wanted to like Malignant, having heard great things about it and being impressed by director James Wan's previous work on Saw and Insidious . It starts off with great promise, a lurid setting of scene in the Simion Research Hospital where we encounter something with great power and the ability to make lights flick on and off scarily, but as we move into the storytelling around our protagonist Madison Lake (Annabelle Wallis) and her abusive husband it sadly all starts to fall apart. The problem with Malignant is that it tries too hard to be stylish and the *most epic horror movie ever* but the script and offer is all over the place. In Gabriel, Wan desperately wants him to be a legendary horror villain and there are certainly some scenes where the character impresses; we're thinking of the jail and police station kills in particular. The twist and reveal is interesting and pretty gross, but it takes a long time getting there. We didn'

Latest posts

Review: Stamping Ground (1971)

Have You Missed Us?

MUBI review - Johnny Mad Dog (2008)

Review - Waxwork (1988)

Review - Night of the Demons (1988)

Review: An American Werewolf in London (1981)

Review - From Dusk till Dawn (1996)

Coming Soon - MFKZ - 11 October 2018

Coming Soon - Revenge - 7 September 2018

Out Now - Action Point (2018)

Coming soon - Hunter Killer - October 2018

Review: It (2017)

Coming Soon: Gangsta - October 2018

Trailer Buzz - Bad Times at the El Royale (2018)